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Sig 239 question

Discussion in 'Handguns, Pistol Shooting' started by pzlehr, Mar 22, 2021.

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  1. pzlehr

    pzlehr Registered Member

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    Does anyone know from handling both the Sig 250 and the DAO 239...are the triggers the same meaning one long trigger pull but smooth? I have a P250 and it is long and smooth. I don't carry it and would rather carry a DA/SA. I have a few of those for carry . I'm looking at a P239 DAO online and was wondering if it's the same as the P250... I'm assuming they are the same but want to be sure ...thanks in advance
     
  2. Michael Lopez

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    My P239 is DA/SA, so maybe not what you are looking for, butin DA it is a long very smooth pull. Obviously in SA much shorter but again very smooth. HTH
     
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    pzlehr Registered Member

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    I was looking at your Sig and was tempted since I have a practically new Glock 44 in 22lr. But the drive is too far for this old man
     
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    You can convert the dao sig to da/sa fairly easy. And not too expensive
     
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    The P239 DAO will be very different than the DAO pull of the P250. The P250 is very revolver like and IMHO smoother than the P239 will be. It will not be lighter but will feel lighter.
     
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